I don't think that Pogradec is included. Is there anything I don't understand properly or should this dot be removed from the website's map? I even think that the lake and Lin are inscribed in one countinuous zone (as one the Macedonian side). Therefore, only one point would be suitable.
Indeed. Well spotted. I quote from the ICOMOS evaluation of the extension - "The Albanian part of Lake Ohrid, with a small area around the Drilon Springs, forms the main part of the proposed extension. The terrestrial part is limited to the Lin Peninsula and an area to its north between it and the Macedonian border"
. BUT - n.b The extension boundaries DO include Pile Dwellings just off shore - so there is some "cultural value" there as well!!
This error must have been present since the inscription of the extension in 2019. The full details of the nomination were possibly not available for checking in the "rush" to update the Website!
Our normal practice however is to have 1 "dot" per country where there are multinational contiguous sites - I would suggest that the Lin dot remains to represent the Albanian element?
It was good that Albania was happy to limit the terrestrial aspects of its extension just to the Lin peninsular and a very small area of springs in the south. The N Macedonian terrestrial boundaries (indeed the entire concept of the "Mixed" site for the lake) is a mess and, at least the Albanian extension didn't compound the problems! I addressed the history of how it came about and its weaknesses in my review
of "The Area of the Prespes Lakes"